Weekly rentals in Summer with both shorter and longer stays in Fall, Winter, and Spring

We will work with you to schedule your stay around COVID. Just give us a call.

Seanook is built on its own rocky point sequestered on the shore of Linekin Bay. It is grandfathered so close to the ocean that the tide comes in under and around it. Reserve to enjoy this rare historic experience year-round. Four decks, + dock June - October.
Seanook Fall

Seanook on Linekin Bay in summer, and open ocean beyond

Seanook Fall

Seanook Winter

Seanook Fall

Seanook on the shore, low tide in Spring

Current Specials


Seanook is cozy on a rainy day

Seanook has availability starting November 6, 2021. Snuggle in and enjoy in a cottage by the sea, our cabin rental in Maine!  Why not “work from home” from Seanook?   Give us a call if you need to get away!  207-633-6093. 

You will find Boothbay to be a foodie’s paradise with most restaurants open, though with some COVID restrictions!  Or, Seanook is the perfect Boothbay vantage point to watch the water and migrating wildlife while cooking your own wonderful food.   Hannaford groceries, Pinkham’s

The top deck at Seanook by Jack Keegan, your vacation getaway in East Boothbay

Gourmet Seafood Market, and Atlantic Edge Lobsters offer the makings for delectable meals. If you live somewhere else in Maine, or in Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, or Rhode Island, come for a change of scene. 


Paradise Cottage in the fall garden 10-20. We no longer have the hot tub.

Paradise Cottage is also full for the summer with availability starting October 18, which will still be Fall Color viewing time.

We do our own booking, so give us a call at 207-633-6093 or email [email protected], if you need a respite.  

New State COVID Guidelines are as follows.

“Effective immediately, the plan:

  • Adds Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island to the list of states exempt from the test or quarantine requirement. New Hampshire and Vermont had previously been exempt. These states have reduced their positivity and active case rates.
  • Exempts those who have either recently had COVID-19 or been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, regardless of their state of origin, from the test or quarantine requirement. Federal requirements related to international travel, however, remain in effect.

Effective May 1 the plan:

  • Shifts Maine’s COVID-19 travel policy requirements from an “all states included, unless exempt” model to an “all states exempt, unless included” model. This means that travelers from all states are automatically exempt unless otherwise determined by the Maine CDC.
  • Under this new model, the Maine CDC will be charged with identifying states that have a high prevalence of highly contagious COVID-19 variants. If one or more states see a spike in variant cases, Maine will apply its test or quarantine requirement to travelers to and from that state. This more targeted approach will remain in effect through the summer.”

Paradise Cottage with phlox, clethra, anenome

Everyone will still be required to practice social distancing, mask-wearing, hand washing, etc.  For people from states not exempt, there is an alternative to the two-week quarantine: adults may bring proof of a negative COVID-19 test done within 72 hours prior to entering Maine. Then each group of guests will be required to fill out a Compliance Form at check-in.  Below are the quarantine requirements should you choose to NOT be tested.

“Out-of-state visitors are allowed to stay in commercial lodging establishments and quarantine there for 14 days. During the 14-day quarantine, visitors cannot go to places with other people like restaurants, stores, and grocery stores, or even pick up take-out. A lodging establishment may arrange for take-out, delivery, or grocery services for the visitors.

Visitors can leave their hotel room or campsite during these 14 days but only for limited outdoor activities such as hiking as long as they are not around other people.  

Visitors can stay in Maine for fewer than 14 days as long as they remain in quarantine the entire stay.”

Consult the Availability Calendar for either cottage by hovering over its name on the white menu bar at the top of each page to show its drop-down menu.  Then CONTACT us directly by phone or email.  WE DO OUR OWN BOOKING.  We will be practicing contact-less check-in during this period, but we still plan to greet you from a distance, or you can come to our Studio and we will chat with you from upstairs.


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Recent Blog Posts

March 28, 2019 |

May I Take You on a Walk through Seanook?

On this bright sunshiny day please join me for a walk around inside Seanook, and looking out!   <a href=”https://photos.app.goo.gl/3FVAvzc6QMu8qPB13“>Click here to...

March 19, 2019 |

Paradise Cottage in Summer

At Paradise Cottage, on Paradise Point Road in East Boothbay, contemplate by relaxing water views, nestled into the woods and gardens from the sitting/dining area on the porch, or borrow our kayaks to paddle at the head of Linekin Bay. Quiet and sequestered, yet only 3 miles from Boothbay Harbor. Floor to ceiling windows bring the outside in, or enjoy private outside living. Spring is also an exciting time to visit Mary Ellen’s gardens. It is such fun to watch little things poke through the ground and then expand. All the while birds are announcing their joyous return as they migrate back, and leaves are emerging from seemingly lifeless branches. Open your window at night...

March 1, 2019 |

Why stay with us?

View from the top deck at Seanook Come to relax in the calming environment, or visit and participate in the activities of bustling Boothbay Harbor just three miles away. Our location at the head of Linekin Bay offers you the best of both worlds.  Sequestered at the edge of woods and water, you can enjoy rest from your normal everyday sounds and sights while taking in the view of sparkling water and nature teaming around you, yet be close to gourmet restaurants, the Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library, State of Maine Aquarium, events at the Opera House, boat excursions, and varied shops.   Hiking abounds in the area on Boothbay Region Land Trust trails, or...

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